Home Sweet Home


Home Sweet Home

Supplies Needed:

PTU Scrap Kit, "Home Sweet Home" by Butterfly Kisses Scraps, HERE.

It's a fundraiser kit to help those affected by the Tornadoes in Dekalb County, Alabama.

4 Tubes of choice. I'm using the wonderful work by Suzanne Woolcott.

If you would like to use her tubes, you'll need to purchase a license HERE.

Font of choice

Plugins Needed:

Eye Candy 4000-Gradient Glow

Cybia-ScreenWorks-Lace Screen which you can download free HERE.

Drop Shadow:

1-1-65-5-Black

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Let's begin. Remember to save often.

Open new layer, 700x700. We will resize later.

Copy paste Frame04. Resize 75% all layers unchecked.

Adjust-Hue & Saturation-Colorize: Hue: 230 Saturation: 100-OK

Magic wand inside frame, selections-modify-expand-8-OK. Selections-invert

Copy paste paper04, hit delete. Select none.

Frame layer active, add your gradient glow:

Effects-Plugins-Eye Candy 4000-Gradient Glow:

 

Add drop shadow.

Copy paste BrickDeco. Resize 60% all layers unchecked. Place above paper04 layer.

Set opacity to 50, add drop shadow.

Copy paste your main tube. Resize to your liking. Duplicate your tube.

Duplicate layer,Adjust-blur-gaussian blur-radius 3-OK. Set blend mode to screen.

Original tube layer active, set blend mode to Luminance Legacy. Add drop shadow.

Copy paste Frame03. Resize 75% all layers unchecked. Image-flip.

Bring above Frame04 layer, and bring towards the bottom of frame04.

Magic wand inside all three frames, seletions-modify-expand-2-OK, selections-invert.

Copy paste paper09, hit delete. Select none.

Magic wand inside one of the frames, selections-modify-expand-2-OK.

Copy paste one of your tubes, resizing to your liking, hit delete. Select none.

Repeat this step with the other two frames. Merge all three tubes into one layer.

Bring above the paper09 layer. Add drop shadow to Frame03.

Copy paste Daisy02. Resize 50% all layers unchecked. duplicate. Image-mirror.

Copy paste Daisy01. Resize 50% all layers unchecked. Place in the center of your Daisy02.

Now merge all three Daisy layers together.

Eraser tool active, erase the stems. When you get closer to the flowers, set to the following:

 

Add drop shadow.

Copy paste Leaves02. Resize 50% all layers unchecked.

Place below the Daisies. Add drop shadow.

Copy paste Flower01. Resize 10% all layers unchecked. Duplicate 4 times.

 Place each flower on the leaves of Frame03. Merge flower layers together, add drop shadow.

Copy paste Butterfly02. Resize 15% all layers unchecked. Duplicate 3 times.

Place each butterfly on the flowers. Center butterfly, Image-free rotate-Right 20-OK

Merge butterfly layers together, add drop shadow.

Copy paste Butterfly01. Resize 30% all layers unchecked. Image-Free Rotate-Left 20-OK.

Place on the Daisies, add drop shadow.

Copy paste Bow01. Resize 50% all layers unchecked. Image-Free Rotate-Left 35-OK.

Place top left corner of Frame04, add drop shadow.

Copy paste HeartScatter01. Place above Frame04 layer towards the bottom.

Copy paste String01. Resize 60% all layers unchecked.

Place above HeartScatter, add drop shadow.

Copy paste FlowerTree. Resize 60% all layers unchecked. Add drop shadow.

Bring above Frame01 layer, Placing bottom left corner of Frame.

Copy paste Flower02. Resize 45% all layers unchecked. Add drop shadow.

Bring below the Daisies and Leaves layer, trying to make sure the stem isn't sticking out.

Copy paste HomeSweetHome Word Art. Selections-select all-float-defloat-modify-expand-2-OK

Open new layer below word art layer, flood fill with #c0c0ff. Select none.

Merge the 2 word art layers together, add drop shadow.

Resize tag to 600x600.

Edit-copy merged-edit-paste as new layer. Bring to the very bottom.

Image-Canvas Size-650x650.

Adjust-blur-gaussian blur-radius 20-ok.

Effects-Plugins-Cybia-ScreenWorks-LaceScreen by default-OK.

Add Copyright, License# and Name. Save as you desire.

We are done!

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.

Comments are always welcome.

Feel free to EMAIL me your finished tag.

Thank you very much.

 

This tutorial was written by K'Lani on May 8, 2011



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